After the successful debut of the limited edition Presage Chronograph collection – with the option of a white or black enamel dial – last year at Baselworld, Japanese watchmaker Seiko has announced a new collection of four enamel dial Presage timepieces.

The Seiko Presage Multi-Hand Automatic, Chronograph, and Automatics (one in a circular-shaped case and the other in Tonneau-shaped case). Each variant comes in a stainless steel case with a white enamel dial with black transferred markings, blued leaf-shaped hour and minute hands, a blued crescent seconds hand, a curved sapphire crystal, a crocodile strap with a three-fold clasp with push button release, and is water-resistant to 100 meters.

Seiko Presage Multi-Hand Automatic (ref. SPB045)

The Seiko Presage Multi-hand Automatic comes in a 40.5 mm x 12.8 mm case and is powered by a caliber 6R27, which is an automatic 29 jewel movement that beats at 4Hz (28,800 vph) and has a 45-hour power reserve. It features three hands with a calendar and power reserve subdial. The retail price is approximately $1379.

Seiko Presage Automatic Chronograph (ref. SRQ023)

The Seiko Presage Automatic Chronograph comes in a 42 mm x 14.9 mm case and is powered by caliber 8R48, which in an automatic 34 jewel movement that beats at 4Hz (28,800 vph), has a 45-hour power reserve, and boasts a column wheel with a vertical clutch. The retail price is approximately $2810.

Seiko Presage Automatic (ref. SPB047)

The Seiko Presage Automatic comes in a 40.5 mm x 12.4 mm circular case and is powered by caliber 6R15 which is an automatic 23 jewel movement that beats at 3Hz (21,600 vph) and has a power reserve of 50-hours. The retail price is approximately $1165.

Seiko Presage Automatic (ref. SPB049)

The Seiko Presage Automatic comes in a 46 mm x 25.9 mm x 12.5 tonneau case and is powered by caliber 6R15 which is an automatic 23 jewel movement that beats at 3Hz (21,600 vph) and has a power reserve of 50-hours. The retail price is approximately $1379.

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